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If the reseller is seeing "You do not have access to ConfigServer Firewall." when going into csf then there is a problem reading /etc/csf/csf.resellers. The main reason for that is usually if the file has been edited and contains non-linux linefeeds. The usual fix would be to use: dos2unix /etc/csf/...
- 28 Oct 2018, 16:28
- Forum: General Discussion (csf)
- Topic: phpMyAdmin Causing Suspicious File Alert
- Replies: 2
- Views: 103
Those are compiled phpMyAdmin templates which cPanel introduced in v76. They are currently being created in /tmp instead of ~user/tmp which cPanel is aware of and should be fixing in a future release. In the meantime, if you want to ignore them you would need to create an entry in /etc/csf/csf.figno...
- 25 Oct 2018, 09:46
- Forum: General Discussion (cmc)
- Topic: Update URL seems to be wrong
- Replies: 1
- Views: 161
That issue was addressed quite some time ago and the solution for those that have not updated in a long time is as quoted in one of the threads you listed. If you are running a very old version of the scripts, you may have to manually update them by running through the install procedure, or use the ...
- 17 Oct 2018, 15:17
- Forum: Report Bugs (csf)
- Topic: Spawned process deletes pid file on error causing main lfd proc to exit
- Replies: 1
- Views: 201
Thank you for posting this. We'll have a fix in the next csf release.
You most likely have a corrupt license file. Try the following:
Code: Select allIf you still have problems and are using a --xtra [file] then you likely have an invalid regex listed.
rm -fv /etc/cxs/cxs.data cxs -U --force